How To Turn Your Apartment In A Pandemic-Friendly Showroom?

Posted By Gudy Herder / March 17, 2021 / 0 Comments

We’ve become extra creative during the past months. Designing and producing without showing new creations is a challenging endeavor so that a pandemic-friendly showroom might answer that need. Architects Clio Dimofski and Olivier Garcé are part of PierreYovanivitch’s team and opened a new New York branch. In an effort to share new designs and with the help of friends and gallerists, they turned their West Village apartment into an intimate gallery space that was safe but still enabled people to see new work on appointment.

 

“The main intention was to bring together a group of friends, but it was also to present Ian’s new collection in a living environment.The task was to create new works, assemble forgotten pieces, and open up conversation about how these components would live together in the same place. Clio and I live on the third floor of a light-flooded prewar brownstone, the perfect stage for such a collaboration.”

- Olivier Garcé
 

 

The showroom featured works from Ian FeltonGreen River Project, R & Company, and Gabriella Picone, among others. Garcé believes the concept to evolve as time goes on in different locations.

Veneer stool with hay by Green River Projects;  art piece by Ronan Bouroullec; small Jean-Philippe Delhomme painting on the wall by Perrotin Gallery; dining-table chair by Axel Einar Hjorth.

Machu side table by Ian Felton; painting by Imi Knoebel.

Carl-Axel Acking pendant lamp table lamp; headboard and the vintage blanket are from Sharktooth; cushion by Pierre Yovanovitch; white throw pillows are from Atelier Jouffre.

Heart-shaped chair by Minjae Kim; lamp by Mitchell Bobrick: coco-fiber shade on the right, from R & Company; and an early-19th-century Phulkari from Sharktooth, which hangs on the wall; portrait sitting on the floor is by Klara Kristalova.

Green-painted folding bamboo by Green River Project; floor lamp by Minjae Kim; bench by Folke Bensow; artwork by Claire Tabouret.

Ph: Sean Davidson


 

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